Northwest Horticultural Society Spring Plant Sale
Mar
4
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Horticultural Society Spring Plant Sale

  • Center for Urban Horticulture

2017 Spring Plant Sale

March 4 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

SPRING EPHEMERAL PLANT SALE TO BENEFIT ELISABETH C. MILLER LIBRARY

10:00AM

Richie Steffen & Holly Zipp, Miller Botanical Garden

When you see the exciting display of spring plants, it is always hard to choose, but you can get help with your choices by joining Richie Steffen and Holly Zipp at 10:00 a.m. in the library meeting room. They will be sharing their tips about which plants to choose to give your garden more late winter and early spring interest. Their discussion will be illustrated with a selection of plant cuttings from the Miller Botanical Garden.

 

2017 PARTICIPATING NURSERIES

http://www.northwesthort.org/event/2017-spring-plant-sale-2-2-2/

Northwest Perennial Alliance March Mania Plant Sale
Mar
11
9:00 pm21:00

Northwest Perennial Alliance March Mania Plant Sale

  • Bellevue Botanical Garden

March Mania Plant Sale

Saturday, March 11, 2017
9 – 3 pm

Aaron Education Center, Bellevue Botanical Garden
12001 Main Street, Bellevue

March Mania is one of the first big plant sales of the year in the Seattle area. It features spring ephemerals and choice garden plants not readily available at other times of the year. The sale brings together a fabulous group of specialty nurseries and growers who are not generally open to the public. Learn from these experts and let them help you choose some of the earliest bloomers of the season to brighten up a drab space in your garden. Most of the sale is held indoors, where the kids can enjoy fun activities just for them while you shop.

Shop great vendors like Windcliff, Bouquet Banque, Growing Girls, Lee Farm and more. Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit the educational programs of NPA and the NPA Border. What a great opportunity to help support your favorite gardening organization and reward yourself at the same time by shopping for new plants to wake up your garden.

http://www.northwestperennialalliance.org/march_mania.php

Heronswood Plant Sale
Apr
1
10:00 am10:00

Heronswood Plant Sale

  • Heronswood

Early Spring Plant Sale @ Heronswood

Saturday, April 1st, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Mark your calendars!

The dates for Heronswood’s 2017 Plant Sale & Garden Opens have been announced!

The 2017 season will begin with an Early Spring sale. This event was introduced two years ago to great enthusiasm from visitors eager to shake off the winter doldrums and get back into the garden.

In addition to the opportunity to explore Heronswood, each Plant Sale & Garden Open throughout 2017 will feature a host of plant and nursery vendors from around the Pacific Northwest.

Northwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale
Apr
9
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale

  • North Seattle College

NPA Spring Plant Sale
Sunday April 9th, 9 am - 2 pm
North Seattle College
9600 College Way N, Seattle

Our biggest sale of the year features thousands of plants from specialty nurseries, our famous NPA Border and members’ gardens. Shop in comfort indoors. Discover new plant introductions, the rare and unusual, as well as established favorites. Perennials, natives, woodland plants, grasses, shrubs, small trees and much, much more. Shop tax-free while you help support the educational programs of NPA.

Plenty of free parking. For quick plant sale access, park in the lots on the west side of campus, off College Way North, between 95th & 97th. Parking is free in these lots on Sunday. Get driving directions.

Please donate plants from your garden!
Are there plants in your garden that you would like to donate? We welcome all kinds of plants: divisions, seedlings, treasures, favorites and everyday plants. Please include the plant name (Latin and/or common) on a white plant label. For questions, or to find out where to drop off your plants, email us.

Volunteer for the sale
Unload plants, set up tables, price plants, set up displays, cashier—there are dozens of volunteer jobs to do at the Spring Plant Sale. Many NPA members volunteer so that they can get into the sale early and scope out the choice plants before the hordes of shoppers hit. Everyone has fun and it’s a great way to meet other NPA members.

Hardy Plant Society of Oregon Plant and Art Sale: HORTLANDIA
Apr
15
10:00 am10:00

Hardy Plant Society of Oregon Plant and Art Sale: HORTLANDIA

  • Portland Expo Center

Hortlandia 2017 Plant & Art Sale

April 15th & 16th, 10am-3pm

Portland EXPO Center, Hall E2.

Free Admission.  Parking is $8 (charged by City of Portland)

In April of every year, HPSO sponsors an event that is probably the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest.   Vendors from far and wide – from nearly the Canadian border to the California border – come to Portland to offer the latest plant introductions as well as the time-tested (and hardiness-tested!) plants.   Complementing the plant vendors are specialty garden art vendors bringing one-of-a-kind pieces made from metal, wood, glass, ceramic, fabric, and stone.   Each work of art is handcrafted by the vendor.  This is a wonderful event, and it's particularly nice to have so many nurseries and artists, with so many plant choices and specialty works, all under one roof!

Volunteers make the sale happen.  It takes about 240 volunteers working 3-hour shifts to ensure that the sale goes smoothly.  As a benefit for helping out, volunteers get to shop one hour before the general public.

Hortlandia is held at the Portland EXPO Center.  This event is open to both HPSO members and non-members, and admission is free.  There is plenty of parking.  Although the City of Portland charges for parking, a few dollars can be saved by carpooling.  But, be sure to leave enough room to take home some plants and art!  Also, keep in mind that the Interstate MAX Yellow Line also goes right to EXPO for those that wish to take mass transportation. 

A few things to keep in mind:  No pets, wagons, strollers or carts are permitted inside the building.  HPSO will make reasonable accommodation or will provide assistance for people with disabilities.  Please contact the HPSO office in advance so arrangements can be made, and let one of our Greeters at the entrance know if you require assistance.

A room map and vendor list are typically available two or three weeks prior to the sale.

Hardy Plant Society of Oregon Spring Plant and Art Sale: Hortlandia
Apr
16
10:00 am10:00

Hardy Plant Society of Oregon Spring Plant and Art Sale: Hortlandia

  • Portland EXPO Center

Hortlandia 2017 Plant & Art Sale

April 15th & 16th, 10am-3pm

Portland EXPO Center, Hall E2.

Free Admission.  Parking is $8 (charged by City of Portland)

In April of every year, HPSO sponsors an event that is probably the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest.   Vendors from far and wide – from nearly the Canadian border to the California border – come to Portland to offer the latest plant introductions as well as the time-tested (and hardiness-tested!) plants.   Complementing the plant vendors are specialty garden art vendors bringing one-of-a-kind pieces made from metal, wood, glass, ceramic, fabric, and stone.   Each work of art is handcrafted by the vendor.  This is a wonderful event, and it's particularly nice to have so many nurseries and artists, with so many plant choices and specialty works, all under one roof!

Volunteers make the sale happen.  It takes about 240 volunteers working 3-hour shifts to ensure that the sale goes smoothly.  As a benefit for helping out, volunteers get to shop one hour before the general public.

Hortlandia is held at the Portland EXPO Center.  This event is open to both HPSO members and non-members, and admission is free.  There is plenty of parking.  Although the City of Portland charges for parking, a few dollars can be saved by carpooling.  But, be sure to leave enough room to take home some plants and art!  Also, keep in mind that the Interstate MAX Yellow Line also goes right to EXPO for those that wish to take mass transportation. 

A few things to keep in mind:  No pets, wagons, strollers or carts are permitted inside the building.  HPSO will make reasonable accommodation or will provide assistance for people with disabilities.  Please contact the HPSO office in advance so arrangements can be made, and let one of our Greeters at the entrance know if you require assistance.

A room map and vendor list are typically available two or three weeks prior to the sale.

http://www.hardyplantsociety.org/plantsale

Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation Annual Plant Sale
May
6
9:00 am09:00

Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation Annual Plant Sale

  • McCollum Park

Master Gardener

Annual Plant Sale

WSU Snohomish County

Extension

Details

Sale Covers 3 Parking

Lots!!!

VISA/MC

CASH-CHECKS

ACCEPTED

All proceeds go to

Snohomish County Master

Gardener Foundation

501(c)3 Non-profit organization

Plants

5,000 Tomato Plants

4,000 Herb and Vegetable

Starts

Perennials

Hardy Fuchsias

Hostas

Shade Plants

Ground Covers

Tre e s / S h r u b s

Native Plants

Living Garden Art

Specialty Nurseries

New

Learn how to attract

pollinators to your garden!!

Sat. May 7th, 2016

9 am-2 pm

600 128th St. SE

McCollum Park, South

Everett

425-357-6010

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of

noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office or to the WSU Center for Human Rights. Persons with a disability requiring special

accommodation can request accommodation 21 days before the event at (425) 338-2400. If accommodation is not requested in advance, we cannot

guarantee availability on-site

.


Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Feb
26
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

  • Seattle Convention Center

Don't miss our exhibit at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center February 22-26th.  This year our display garden will showcase bug's eye view of the garden, with a focus on beneficial garden insects!

For more information, visit: http://www.gardenshow.com/

Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Feb
25
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

  • Seattle Convention Center

Don't miss our exhibit at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center February 22-26th.  This year our display garden will showcase bug's eye view of the garden, with a focus on beneficial garden insects!

For more information, visit: http://www.gardenshow.com/

Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Feb
24
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

  • Seattle Convention Center

Don't miss our exhibit at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center February 22-26th.  This year our display garden will showcase bug's eye view of the garden, with a focus on beneficial garden insects!

For more information, visit: http://www.gardenshow.com/

Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Feb
23
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

  • Seattle Convention Center

Don't miss our exhibit at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center February 22nd-26th.  This year our display garden will showcase bug's eye view of the garden, with a focus on beneficial garden insects!

For more information, visit: http://www.gardenshow.com/

Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Feb
22
Feb 26

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Don't miss our exhibit at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center February 22-26th.  This year our display garden will showcase bug's eye view of the garden, with a focus on beneficial garden insects!

For more information, visit: http://www.gardenshow.com/

Heronswood Open Garden and Plant Sale
Sep
17
10:00 am10:00

Heronswood Open Garden and Plant Sale

  • Heronswood

FREE LECTURES by TWO OUTSTANDING PLANTSMEN at the FALL PLANT SALE & GARDEN OPEN

You won’t want to miss two great lectures being presented free of charge at the September 17th Heronswood Plant Sale & Garden Open.

10:30am – ANDY NAVAGE, horticulture director at the Bloedel Reserve, will give a glance at the impact modern plant exploration has had on our gardens as he speaks on: “The Wild and Not So Wild Plants of the Reserve”

Noon - ARLEN HILL, owner of Keeping It Green Nursery will present: “Sichuan-Gansu Trip Fall 2015: Better Understanding Plants Through Observation in the Wild”

Lectures are held in the Garden Shed. Tickets are available 30 minutes prior to each lecture at the Information Table. Seating starts 15 minutes before the talk begins. Limit 2 tickets/person per lecture. General seating applies.

http://heronswood.com/events/

 

Northwest Horticulural Society Annual Fall Plant Sale
Sep
16
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Horticulural Society Annual Fall Plant Sale

  • Center for Urban Horticulture

ANNUAL FALL PLANT SALE

Friday, September 16, 2016 9:00am – 3:00pm

Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St
Seattle

2016 Fall Plant Sale

September 16 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Friday September 16 from 9:00am to 3:00pm,. Stock up for fall planting at the Northwest Horticultural Society’s Fall Plant Sale, at the Center for Urban Horticulture.

2016 Growers

http://www.northwesthort.org/

https://www.facebook.com/northwesthort/

Gold Bar Farmer's Market
May
29
10:00 am10:00

Gold Bar Farmer's Market

  • Gold Bar City Park

Come join your local farmers, artists, and craftspeople at the Gold Bar Farmer's Market.  Enjoy live music, handmade soaps, handbags and art, local woodwork, fresh eggs, vegetable starts, flowers, ferns, hula hoops and so much more!  Last week we raised nearly $250 for our local Fire District to show how much we love and support them!

Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation Plant Sale
May
7
9:00 am09:00

Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation Plant Sale

  • McCollum Park

http://www.snomgf.org/plant-sale.html

The primary fund raiser for the Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation is our annual plant sale. This year, the sale will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 9am - 2pm at McCollum Park.  Each year, our plant sale features an extensive selection of perennials, shrubs, trees, berries, and grasses. In addition, our sale is famous for an amazing selection of tomato varieties - old favorites, new varieties, heritage plants and more. This year, we will have 8000 tomato, herb and vegetable starts to help you get a jump on your kitchen garden, including basil, cucumbers, squash, peppers and lettuce. 

Each year, we have an interesting assortment of specialty nursery, gift and garden art vendors on hand as part of this sale. This year, we're pleased to have the following vendors participating:

Keeping It Green

Namaste Gardens

White Picket Gardens

Lucky Cat Farms

Larry White Blueberries

Mt. Forest Farms

Fancy Fronds

Garden Path Perennials

Master Gardener Craft Booth

 

Spring Green Art Fest
May
6
May 7

Spring Green Art Fest

  • Lynnwood Convention Center

http://springgreenartfest.com/

Friday May 6th - noon to 8:00 pm
Saturday May 7th - 10 am to 6pm

At the Lynnwood Convention Center
3711 196th Street S.W.,
Lynnwood, Washington 98036

Treat yourself and your garden friends to a day of garden delights at the lovely Lynnwood Convention Center.

Enjoy our free garden seminars with renowned speakers. Free entry to shop from over 40 unique, handmade, nature inspired artists and local specialty plant nurseries.

Come visit this FREE two day festival to learn from experts about garden design, sustainability and the environment. Here's a partial list of seminars:

  • Debra Prinzing - American Grown / Slow Flowers
  • Greg Butler - A Dry Sense of Humus
  • John Albers - Sustainable Garden Design
  • Dr. JJ Pursell - How to grow, Harvest and Make Medicine from your Garden
  • Robin Haglund - Growing a Year-round Hummingbird Habitat
  • Christina Salwitz - Eat your Landscape - Designing with Edibles
  • Debbie Teashon - Good Libations - Concocting Cocktails from the Home Garden

    Shop for wonderful local handmade art with a nature theme.

    And plantaholics will have plenty to choose from the following specialty nurseries where you are are sure to find something delectable to spice up your garden!
    Fancy Fronds
    B&D Lillies
    Celestial Dream
    Bonsai Akira
    Laels Moon Garden

    Scents Nursery
    Woodland Gardens

    Maples for All Seasons
    L'il Sprout Nursery

    Floral Soil Solutions
    Robinwood Nursery

 

Gold Bar Farmer's Market
May
1
10:00 am10:00

Gold Bar Farmer's Market

  • Gold Bar Park

Join us every Sunday April-October from 10am-3pm at the Park in Gold Bar for our local Gold Bar Farmer's Market!  Peruse local wares like ferns and herbs, fresh cut flowers, handmade art and crafts, farm fresh eggs, and hula-hooping fun for the kids.

Nortwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale
May
1
9:00 am09:00

Nortwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale

  • North Seattle College

NPA Spring Plant Sale
Sunday, May 1st, 9 am - 3 pm
North Seattle College
9600 College Way N, Seattle

Our biggest sale of the year features thousands of plants from specialty nurseries, our famous NPA Border and members’ gardens. Shop in comfort indoors. Discover new plant introductions, the rare and unusual, as well as established favorites. Perennials, natives, woodland plants, grasses, shrubs, small trees and much, much more. Shop tax-free while you help support the educational programs of NPA.

Plenty of free parking. For quick plant sale access, park in the lots on the west side of campus, off College Way North, between 95th & 97th. Parking is free in these lots on Sunday. Get driving directions.

Please donate plants from your garden!
Are there plants in your garden that you would like to donate? We welcome all kinds of plants: divisions, seedlings, treasures, favorites and everyday plants. Please include the plant name (Latin and/or common) on a white plant label. For questions, or to find out where to drop off your plants, email us.

Volunteer for the sale
Unload plants, set up tables, price plants, set up displays, cashier—there are dozens of volunteer jobs to do at the Spring Plant Sale. Many NPA members volunteer so that they can get into the sale early and scope out the choice plants before the hordes of shoppers hit. Everyone has fun and it’s a great way to meet other NPA members. To volunteer, sign up here.

Shop these great Plant Sale Vendors:

BLUE FROG NURSERY
Russ & Miriam Smith
A tempting assortment of perennials, ground covers, shrubs, trees and azaleas
www.bluefrognursery.net

BOUQUET BANQUE
Judy Zugish & Bill Roeder
Fat, juicy, healthy, 2-gallon perennials
www.twigtwisters.com/nursery.html

CELESTIAL DREAM GARDENS
Celeste Erickson
Healthy, well-grown plants, both tried and true or rare and few
celestialdreamgardens@hotmail.com

EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Horticulture Program)
Linda Toccoli
Perennials, shrubs, broadleaf evergreens and cactus
Linda.toccoli@edcc.edu, 425-275-1763

FANCY FRONDS
Judith Jones
Planted up miniature gardens, plus many plants for miniature, trough or rock gardens, unique Abutilon hybrids and a choice variety of ferns
www.fancyfrondsnursery.com

GROWING GIRLS
Beth Burman
A North Bend nursery offering unusual shade-loving perennials
425-888-0960

KEEPING IT GREEN
Arlen Hill
Hardy orchids, unusual woodlanders and natives.
info@keepingitgreennursery.com

LEE FARM
Carrie & Dean Lee
Outstanding trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses and hardy fuchsias
www.leefarmandnursery.com

NPA PLANTS
Wonderful plants, many from the NPA Border at BBG and our members’ gardens
www.n-p-a.org

QUEEN’S CUP NURSERY
Pat Parks
Puget Sound easy care native perennials, including
rare and hard to find plants
pat@queenscupnursery.com

TAKING ROOT
Kathy Norsworthy
Unusual perennials, hostas, ornamental grasses and ferns
www.takingrootnursery.com

WHITE PICKET GARDENS
Kristi Fina
Unusual perennials, drought tolerant plants, salvias and hebes
plant@snohomish.net

WIND POPPY FARM
Sara & John Burns
Grasses, sedges, rushes, water plants and perennials
www.windpoppy.com

WINDCLIFF PLANTS
Dan Hinkley and Robert Jones
www.danieljhinkley.com
Unusual, garden-worthy plants from around the world: vines, perennials, shrubs, trees, grasses and container plants.

The NPA Plant Sale Story

In 1984, Barbara Flynn held the first NPA plant sale in her horse paddock. The sale migrated from there to the driveways and garages of members’ homes. Attendees brought plant donations and their lunches, shopping for a few hours and then enjoying the companionship of fellow plant lovers.

As the size of the sale grew, it moved in 1988 to a schoolyard in North Seattle—a friendly site, except when it rained. Along with the member-donated plants, there was choice stock from the NPA Border at the Bellevue Botanical Garden and from local vendors. With continued growth, the sale moved to Magnuson Park in 2000 to gain more space and a covered area, first using the old fire station for several years, then moving to a maintenance building.

In 2007, the sale was held in a hangar so large, it could hold all of our members shopping at the same time—but it was freezing cold and the restrooms were terrible! In 2008 we moved the sale to the comfort and convenience of North Seattle College, where it continues to be held today in the cafeteria and surrounding area.

 

Gold Bar Farmer's Market
Apr
3
9:00 am09:00

Gold Bar Farmer's Market

  • Gazebo Park

It's official!  Our hometown of Gold Bar will be hosting its first annual Farmer's Market every Sunday starting this April at the Gazebo park behind town hall.  Come support your local artisans and businesses and check out what Gold Bar has to offer.

 

Heronswood Early Plant Sale and Open Garden
Apr
2
10:00 am10:00

Heronswood Early Plant Sale and Open Garden

  • Heronswood

Mark your calendars!

The dates for the Heronswood’s 2016 Plant Sale & Garden Opens have been announced!

The 2016 season will begin with an Early Spring sale. This event was introduced last year to great enthusiasm from visitors eager to shake off the winter doldrums and get back into the garden.

In addition to the opportunity to explore Heronswood, each Plant Sale & Garden Open throughout 2016 will feature a host of plant and nursery vendors from around the Pacific Northwest.

The dates include:
–Early Spring: April 2
–Spring: May 14
–Summer: July 23
–Fall: September 17

Also featured will be our always popular free lectures, a food court, and more! We’ll update this page as we confirm vendors, lecturers, and other details. Stay tuned!

Northwest Flower and Garden Show
Feb
17
Feb 21

Northwest Flower and Garden Show

  • 800 Convention Place Seattle, WA, 98104 United States

Come check out our display garden at this year's Northwest Flower and Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center, February 17th-21st!  Our garden will feature a New-York-Themed Catio (Cat Patio), showcasing fun and functional ideas for creating a safe space for our furry friends in a small area.  Humans are of course welcome to enjoy the garden too, as long as they don't mind watching a live production of "Cat Pads! on Broadway", as our kitties strut across their very own Brooklyn Bridge Catwalk, bounce on Broadway, preen on 42nd street, and take in the sights of the South Street Pawport.   

The garden will showcase a custom-built wooden cat-containment fence designed to keep cats in without overly reducing visibility from a terrace or balcony, and will include a plethora of perches, eating, drinking and play areas for cats, and a custom catwalk designed to allow the cats to circumnavigate the entire garden from a high vantage point.  Perhaps most importantly, our plant material is specifically selected to be non-toxic to cats, and any irresistible plants with noted toxicity will be cleverly protected so they will be inaccessible to cats, but may be safely enjoyed by humans.

If you have cats, love cats, love New York, have a small balcony, terrace, or patio, or even if you are looking for tips to keep your neighbors' cats away from your favorite plants, you won't want to miss out on our fabulous kitty couture garden!

For tickets of more information, visit:  http://www.gardenshow.com/

Still not sure?  Check out this great excerpt from our friends at Gardenmentors.com:

Ahead of opening day, we always map out our daily NW Flower & Garden Show musts. If you’re still not sure how you’ll spend your days at the show, here are our Top-10 musts for 2016.

    1. Fancy Fronds’ show garden entitled New York, New York. Cat Pads! on Broadway. If you haven’t seen a Fancy Fronds display at past shows, you’ve really missed out on some crazy-good fun.

      A bit of whimsy at Fancy Fronds’ Fronderosa Frolic 2015. There’s bound to be more fun in their 2016 NW Flower & Garden Show display garden!

      We got a little hint at their show garden ideas last summer at their ever-popular Fronderosa Frolic fern-y goodness fair, and we’ve been excited to see it ever since. If you share your garden with cats or would like to figure out how to bring your indoor cats outside, odds are this garden will give you some great ideas. Even pros like us get stumped by kitty-cat gardening challenges. So see you there to learn & laugh!

- See more at: http://gardenmentors.com/garden-help/media-events-news/nw-flower-garden-show-2016/#sthash.9mVyewaL.dpuf

Heronswood Plant Sale and Open Garden
Sep
19
10:00 am10:00

Heronswood Plant Sale and Open Garden

  • Heronswood

Announcing: Heronswood Fall Plant Sale & Garden Open!

The Fall Plant Sale & Garden Open–the last at Heronswood for 2015–is slated for Saturday, September 19 from 10 am to 4 pm.   The Fall event will feature 17 nurseries and plant vendors, including:   Bouquet Banque, Celestial Dream Gardens, Chimacum Woods, Dancing   Oaks Nursery, The Desert Northwest, Fancy Fronds, Far Reaches FarmFoxglove Greenhouses, Friendly Natives, Keeping It Green Nursery, Longbranch Nursery, Naylor Creek, Plant LLC, Phocus FarmsRhododendron Species Foundation, Scents Nursery, and Windcliff

Arrive early for Heronswood’s popular free lectures!  For more info visit: http://www.heronswood.com/events/

Northwest Horticultural Society Fall Plant Sale
Sep
11
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Horticultural Society Fall Plant Sale

  • Center for Urban Horticulture

Stock up for fall planting at the Northwest Horticultural Society’s Fall Plant Sale, Friday September 11 from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle!  For more info and a list of specialty nursery vendors visit: http://www.northwesthort.org/event/fall-plant-sale-2013-2/

 

 

Fancy Fronds 16th Annual "Frolic" Open House
Aug
8
10:00 am10:00

Fancy Fronds 16th Annual "Frolic" Open House

  • Fancy Fronds Nursery

Join us for our 16th annual "Frolic" Open House!  With over a dozen specialty art and plant vendors from all over the northwest, you are sure to find irresistible plants and decor to enhance your garden.  Enjoy our scenic setting along the Skykomish river in the height of summer while browsing rare plants and hand crafted art.

Seattle Arboretum Foundation FloraBundance Plant Sale
Apr
25
Apr 26

Seattle Arboretum Foundation FloraBundance Plant Sale

  • Magnuson Park

“If you love gardening, the Arboretum Foundation’s spring plant sale feels like horticultural heaven!”
—  Ann Lovejoy, Seattle PI

BUILDING 30, WARREN G. MAGNUSON PARK

Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 26, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Free parking & admission

Member PreSale & Party
Friday, April 24, 5:00 to 7:30 p.m.

FlorAbundance will return in April 2015 to Building 30 at Magnuson Park. Please join us for the region’s largest and best plant sale, and help support the Foundation’s mission. As always, dozens of specialty nurseries will be on hand selling a wonderful selection of locally grown trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and edibles.

Northwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale
Apr
19
9:00 am09:00

Northwest Perennial Alliance Spring Plant Sale

  • North Seattle College

NPA Spring Plant Sale
Sunday, April 19, 9 - 3 pm
North Seattle College
9600 College Way N, Seattle

NPA's biggest sale of the year features thousands of plants from specialty nurseries, our famous NPA Border and members’ gardens. Shop in comfort indoors. Discover new plant introductions, the rare and unusual, as well as established favorites. Perennials, natives, woodland plants, grasses, shrubs, small trees and much, much more. Shop tax-free while you help support the educational programs of NPA.

Plenty of free parking. For quick plant sale access, park in the lots on the west side of campus, off College Way North, between 95th & 97th.  Parking is free in these lots on Sunday.Get driving directions.

Heronswood Nursery Plant Sale and Open Garden
Mar
28
10:00 am10:00

Heronswood Nursery Plant Sale and Open Garden

  • Heronswood

We will be at Heronswood Nursery on Saturday, March 28th for one of their annual Open Garden Plant Sale and Lecture Events!  Admission to the plant sale and lecture is free, and tours of the garden have a suggested $10 donation.  Donations go to support and maintain the display gardens at Heronswood.

Seattle Audubon Society Plant Sale
Mar
28
10:00 am10:00

Seattle Audubon Society Plant Sale

  • Seattle Audubon @ The Nature Shop

Join us for the Seattle Audubon Society's Annual Plant Sale in Seattle!

19th Annual Spring Plant Sale
Sat., March 28, 10am to 4pm
@ Seattle Audubon Nature Shop 8050 35th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Featuring
Botanica
Discovery Gardens
Fancy Fronds Nursery
Madrona Gardens
Queenscup Nursery
Tadpole Haven Native Plants


http://www.seattleaudubon.org/sas/TheNatureShop.aspx#NatureShop